Silver Dream's price dropped by Edmiston

7 September 2009 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

More news from Rory Trahair at Edmiston & Company as he tells me that Chris Cecil-Wright's central agency for sale, the 43.8m superyacht Silver Dream, has had a price reduction. Delivered by Australia's Warren Yachts in 2001 as the first composite motoryacht designed by Ed Dubois, she was initially christened Slipstream.

Silver Dream accommodates 10 guests in five cabins, including a full width master on the main deck plus two doubles and two twins. ABS classed and with a cruising speed of 13 knots, her price has been reduced from €16.6 million to €14.5 million.

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